Tag : LCV
Commercial vehicle registrations in the EU rose 3.2% last year despite a 3.5% fall in December.
HGV telematics and fleet management provider Astrata has branched into the European LCV market with the launch of its new VanLinc solution.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has indicated that it will enable the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to access MOT test fee income to help pay for enforcement on large vans – but … Read More »
Thrive Homes, a Hertfordshire-based housing association, has deployed a fleet of LCVs liveried by Sign Language.
Contradicting the LCV market decline of 3.6% according to latest SMMT figures, CoolKit’s vehicle conversion revenues grew 21% in 2017.
Used commercial vehicle demand is set to remain strong in 2018, according to experts at Cap HPI, following a fall in new registrations in 2017 for the first time since 2011-12.
New light commercial vehicle registrations fall -3.6% to 362,149 units in 2017, marking the first decline since 2012.
Alphabet is to expand its AlphaCity corporate car sharing platform into other manufacturers and also add LCVs to the fleet as it reports a near 20% uplift in journey bookings during 2017.
Volkwagen’s new e-Crafter van has started fleet trials with an international group of major customers.
CV manufacturing down 35% in ninth consecutive month of decline.
Demand for commercial vehicle rentals in the run up to the peak Christmas period has hit a new record according to Nexus Vehicle Rental.
Average light commercial vehicle values at BCA reached a new record in October with the best stock attracting premium values.
Vanarama has introduced a new iVan chatbot that can help customers find and order vehicles.
The arrival of prestige models within the pickup sector is leading to a growing growing proportion of buyers choosing to run them instead of vans.
Average van sale values at Manheim reached a new high in October, with shift to online buying also picking up pace.
Latest forecasts by the SMMT indicate a slowing down of the LCV market compared to last year.
Coffee roasting and solutions provider, Pelican Rouge, has taken delivery of 62 Volkswagen Crafter vans.
Accountancy firm RSM is warning that double cab pick-ups could face increased taxes following a recent tribunal decision.
The first-ever issue of Van Fleet World iD digital magazine has gone live, delivering everything that decision-makers need to run essential van fleets.
Government air quality plans as well as other current and future issues affecting the commercial vehicle market are to come under focus at the September meeting of the Vehicle Remarketing Association.
Renault has launched Formula Edition versions of the Kangoo, Trafic and Master van range.
Fleet & lease commercial vehicles values at BCA saw a marginal rise in July accompanied by an increase in overall values.